Mila’s assistant threw acid at Sanjari’s private parts!
Published: 06:31 PM, 12 June 2019
Sanjari and Mila
Sanjari’s brother Advocate Alamin Khan has alleged that acid attack was thrown at a target of private parts on singer Mila’s ex-husband Parvez Sanjari.
On Tuesday (June 12), Parvez Sanjari’s brother Al-Amin Khan and an organization named ‘Aide for Men’ organized a human chain demanding arrest of Mila and her assistant Kim John Peter Hawladar alias Peter Kim. In this human chain, Al-Amin Khan described the whole acid throwing incident.
“Brother was driving a bike. During that, Kim came forward saying, “Save me or Mila will kill me”. While he stopped the car, he threw acid on him. Brother kept shouting as acid fell on him,” Al-Amin said.
He also said, “Going to a house by the side of the road, they cooperate him with the help of water pouring. His body was burnt as much, if not pouring water, more parts would have been burnt.”
Mentioning that Sanjari sensed the danger when he saw Mila standing near the road at that time, Advocate Al-Amin Khan said, “Acid was thrown at a target of private parts so that he becomes crippled for a lifetime.”
“It has been planned. His hands, belly and other parts of the body are burnt due to acid attack. As he had a helmet on head, acid could not be thrown on the head. Sadly, the accused have not been arrested yet.”
Sanjari was attacked during a motorcycle ride on June 2 evening. He was undergoing treatment at the 602 number cabin in the burn unit of the Dhaka Medical College Hospital from June 2 to 9.
On June 4, Parvez Sanjar’s father SM Nasir Uddin filed a case against singer Mila in the acid suppression law. The case was filed with Uttara West Police Station (No.5). Mila and her assistant Peter Kim were accused in the case.
The human chain was chaired by the convener of the organization Abdur Razzak. Besides, Sanjari’s brother Advocate Al-Amin Khan, Legal Advisor of Aide for Men Advocate Kausar Hossain were also present.
Earlier on April 21, Pervez Sanjarie filed a lawsuit against Mila in the Digital Security Act in the court.